In November 2015 we started a very interesting project in Ambleside, Cumbria. A five month project to renovate and complete the interior of this Grade 11 listed farmhouse which dates back to 1714. The house is Lakeland stone built with a part roughcast render finish externally, the views are spectacular as the property sits on a hillside overlooking the local town.
We have installed four new bathrooms, oak, limestone and York stone floors throughout and completed two kitchens, We have used reclaimed oak to the dining room and entrance hall, all the internal doors were made on site out of reclaimed oak by our specialist carpenters, finishing with blacksmith made thumb latches and strap hinges. All the oak beams were cleaned by hand and finished with beeswax, all skirting and architrave was specially made to suit the original template.